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The recent Supreme Court decision on the issue of buying private health insurance to cover medically necessary services in Quebec is not a licence to privatize Canada’s health care system.
Health Minister Ujjal Dosanjh must be pressured to address the real problems behind waiting lists. He must also properly monitor and enforce the Canad Health Act. This includes taking action against private, for-profit clinics that are undermining the public system and banning public private partnerships (P3s) in health care.
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Canadian Labour Congress Reaction Réaction : Coalition Solidarité Santé Alberta Friends of Medicare Reaction Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions Reaction British Columbia Nurses Union Reaction Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Reaction Canadian Union of Public Employees Reaction Media Advisory (June 8, 2005) Medicare's Future at Stake Senators ask Supreme Court to strike down Medicare KIRBY'S CONFLICT | CHAOULLI ARCHIVES | UPDATE Concerned Canadian citizens arrive at the Supreme Court on a double-decker bus to symbolize the threat of two-tier health care posed by the controversial Chaoulli case (Ottawa, June 8, 2004) ACTION ALERT Enforce the Canada Health Act English Action Kit | Version Française "Full of Holes" OP-ED by Paul Moist Canada Health Act Report (2003-2004) PRESS RELEASE February 22, 2005 Keeping Parliament and Canadians in the dark | Version Française UPDATE: Québec Dodges Health Canada Montreal leads the country in offering private health care Important information "not available" in report . . Judge rules Monitoring, Reporting & Enforcement of the Canada Health Act up to Parliament Press Release & Media Coverage Big Pharma Update WHEN PROFITS GET PRIORITY OVER HEALTH : Vioxx disaster exposes the dark downside of corporate rule B.C.'s firm stand on limiting what it will pay for drugs is good medicine worth swallowing VIOXX and Drug Safety Meltdown : Testimony of David J. Graham, MD, FDA Office of Drug Safety, to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee Health Minister attacks makers of VIOXX Prescribed to Death (Real Audio) Listen to the CBC Radio documentary on how pharmaceutical corporations and government regulators put profits above human health Health Canada fails miserably at protecting the public from unsafe drugs Canadian Medical Association Journal Editorial UK to publish adverse drug reaction data No more delay ... Health Canada must stand on guard for us ! Health Canada wins 4th Annual "Code of Silence Award" from the Canadian Association of Journalists Corporate Virus in Canada's Health Protection System . Drug-monitoring advocates gain heavyweight ally December 16, 2004 Vanessa's Story Listen to the brief introduction of Terence Young by Canadian Health Coalition Chair Kathleen Connors Listen to the powerful presentation by Terence Young (January 28, 2004) to the Canadian Health Coalition National Roundtable on Health Canada's proposed changes to Health Protection Legislationon Health Canada's failure to protect Canadians from dangerous drugs David Suzuki on Mad Cow disease Margaret Wente on Mad Cow disease Thomas Walkom on Mad Cow disease Andrew Nikiforuk on Mad Cow disease New York Times on Mad Cow disease MacLean's Magazine on Mad Cow disease MAD COW DISEASE ARCHIVES Shirley Douglas speaks to Canadians outside the site of the Health Care Summit in Ottawa, September 13th, 2004 Deal Reached at First Ministers' Health Care Summit Found: Federal Health Care Funding Missing: A plan to stem the tide of privatization Canadian Health Coalition Analysis of the First Ministers' Health Care Summit Agreement Download the CHC's Analysis | Report Card Version Française Text of the First Ministers' Health Agreement Media Coverage